Odfjell Goes Paperless

Odfjell Goes Paperless

Norwegian operator of chemical tankers and gas carriers Odfjell has decided to install NAVTOR e-navigation software ...

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Readers’ Picks of the Week (9-13 of Feb)

Readers’ Picks

Kuwaiti Oil Tanker Fights Off Pirate Attack A Kuwaiti oil tanker sailing through the Gulf of Aden managed to fend ...

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Interview: BC Ferries Pressing On with LNG Switch

Interview: BC Ferries LNG Switch on Track

The latest 0.1% Sulphur Directive effective January 1 has left the shipping industry with three possible choices on ...

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How Has Shipping Industry Responded to ECA 2015?

How Has Shipping Industry Responded to ECA 2015

Choosing the right investment towards compliance to 0.1% sulphur emissions in select SECA areas with effect from ...

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Wärtsilä to Propel Yamal LNG Carriers

Wärtsilä to Propel Yamal LNG Carriers

Five new Arc 7 design ice-class LNG carriers being built for the Yamal LNG project at the Daewoo Shipbuilding and ...

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Third Berth for London Gateway

The Secretary of State for Transport Patrick McLoughlin

DP World London Gateway has moved forward with the plans to construct a third berth at the UK’s new deep-sea hub ...

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MAN Extends China Engine Deal

MAN Extends China Engine Deal

MAN Diesel & Turbo has renewed its contract with Chinese two-stroke licensee, China Shipbuilding Industry Corp. ...

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Cosco Chooses Wärtsilä Engine

Cosco Chooses Wärtsilä Engines

Five new 14,500 TEU container ships being built for Cosco (China Ocean Shipping Group) will be powered by twenty ...

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Abu Dhabi Ports Marks Double-Digit Growth

Abu Dhabi Ports Marks Double-Digit Growth

Abu Dhabi Ports handled more cargo last year than ever before, with the number of containers handled through ...

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New Container Pool to Improve Euro Links

New Container Pool to Improve Euro Links

Zeebrugge-headquartered European Containers (ECS) and Finnish cargo carrier Containerships have agreed to enter ...

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New Lock Terneuzen Project Put in Motion

New Lock Terneuzen Project Put in Motion

Ghent Port Company has applauded the agreement to build New Lock Teurnzen signed between Belgium and the ...

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Image of the Day: Marorka Bags UASC Gig

Image of the Day Marorka Bags UASC Gig

The Icelandic provider of energy management solutions for maritime industry Marorka has posted this image to ...

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Term of the Day: Chassis

Chassis

Chassis is a term that refers to a rectangular steel frame, supported by springs and wheeled axles constructed to ...

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Wärtsilä to Power Up World’s First CNG Carrier

CNG Hantong

The world’s first carrier vessel for compressed natural gas (CNG) is to be powered by an integrated Wärtsilä ...

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Alfa Laval Marks Spike in Scrubber Orders

Alfa Laval Marks Spike in Scrubber Orders

Throughout 2014 Sweden’s Alfa Laval saw steady growth in the orders of their marine exhaust gas cleaning ...

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New York-New Jersey Stays Busiest East Coast Port

New York-New Jersey Stays Busiest East Coast Port

The Port of New York and New Jersey handled 3,342,286 cargo containers in 2014, an increase of 5.4 percent over the ...

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UWT to Get New Quay in Rotterdam

New Quay at Port of Rotterdam

Port of Rotterdam Authority drove the first pile for a new new quay in the Johan Frisohafen to be used by United ...

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ADM Sells Half of Barcarena Terminal to Glencore

ADM Sells Half of Barcarena Terminal to Glencore

The U.S. food-processing and commodities-trading corporation Archer Daniels Midland Co (ADM) has reached an ...

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Greenland’s Nuuk Harbour to Get New Container Terminal

Greenland's Nuuk Harbour to Get Container Terminal

Danish general infrastructure contractor Aarsleff has entered into an agreement with Sikuki Nuuk Harbour A/S about ...

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Dublin Port Ready for Bigger Container Ships

Dublin Port Ready for Bigger Container Ships

Dublin Port Company has officially opened its newly completed Alexandra Quay Container Terminal following a EUR 35 ...

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Flinders Adds Lifting Power to Adelaide Terminal

Flinders Adds Lifting Power to Adelaide Terminal

South Australia’s container terminal operator, Flinders Adelaide Container Terminal, has added two new ...

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Term of the Day: Automatic Identification System (AIS)

System Overview from the US Coast Guard

Automatic Identification System or AIS is a system used by ships and Vessel Traffic Service (VTS) principally for ...

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Liberian-Flag Ships Get Retrofit Deal

Liberian-Flag Ships Get Retrofit Deal

The Liberian Registry has entered into a partnership with U.S.-based consultancy EfficientShip Finance (ESF) to ...

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Asian Terminals Inc Reaches Seven Digit TEU Throughput

Asian Terminals Inc Reaches Seven Digit TEU Throughput

International cargoes handled by the Philippines’ Batangas Container Terminal (BCT) increased by as much as ...

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DMA: Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems Approval Made Easier

Red oil tanker

It becomes easier to verify whether exhaust gas cleaning systems comply with the stricter limit values for sulphur ...

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Carriers Add Ships to Ease US West Coast Congestion Woes

Carriers Add Ships to Ease US West Coast Gridlock Woes

Container ships deployed on Transpacific routes have experienced delays of up to three weeks as congestion ...

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Sohar Bolsters Lifting Capacity

SOHAR Terminal Bolsters Lifting Capacity

C. Steinweg Oman, operator of the multipurpose cargo terminal at SOHAR Port and Freezone, has received today a ...

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